About us

The City of Chester Conservatives are an active local Association who campaign all-year-round for the residents of Chester.

Our association is formed of hundreds of members from across the city who all share our common values: freedom, enterprise, responsibility and love for the city and country we all share. We promote these values by selecting, and helping to elect, Conservative candidates at every level of government - from Parish Council to the House of Commons.

We are currently represented on Cheshire West & Chester Council by nine Conservative Councillors for Chester. They are Councillors Stuart and Margaret Parker (Chester Villages), Councillor Jill Houlbrook (Upton), Councillors Pamela Hall and Keith Board (Great Boughton), Councillors Razia Daniels and Neil Sullivan (Handbridge Park), Councillor Mark Williams (Dodleston & Huntington) and Councillor Brian Crowe (Saughall & Mollington). You can find out more about each of them, and what they have been up to, on our "People" page at the top of this website.

Chester Conservatives are made up of local people passionate about their community. Our great team of volunteers are the bedrock of our party, helping us elect champions of our community that will best serve local people. So get involved today, make great friends along the way, and help secure a brighter future for Chester and the whole of the United Kingdom.